Please add your sessions, put them into the right section (or add your own section), and indicate which ones you are interested in (+)
IT, Web-Development, etc.
Web 2.0 API's: I don't know if this topic is too technical, but I could hold a session on "How to use Web 2.0 APIs for my Web 2.0 Anything". Contact me if you are interested in any specific API. Maybe this session could be organized as little workshop - We could build our own FaceBook Application. (Martin Gratzer) ++++
Web Accessibility: Because of many positive responses on Accessibility on the last BarCamps I visited, I would like to show tools / methods and guideline check lists which can be used to check the accessibility of web pages / applications. (Martin Gratzer) +
Web-PLs: Web Developing Languages (who?) ++++
Let's talk about Flex!: Next Generation Webinterface Technology from Adobe (Bernd Buchegger, trinitec) ++++
openM2: A Carinthian Open Source Web Application Framework (Klaus Reimüller, trinitec) +++++
Version Control Systems: Discussion about advantages and disadvantags of centralized and distributed VCS solutions and where they can be of use.
(Horst Gutmann) +++ Sorry, found no time to prepare that Details. I Would love to take that topic and talk about it :-), Armin Ronacher
Broadband 2.0: How to close the broadband gap. This is about infrastructure development and funding as part of regional/national/EU policy.
CSS Frameworks: YUI, Blueprint etc. DRY in CSS (Horst Gutmann) +++
Hypes and user crowds: How can hypes be characterized and detected? Is my Blog/Site a hype? Some ideas on the Digg-Effect, the Gradener Hype Cycle and web applications that attract lots of users. (Mathias Lux) ++++
WikiQuiz: Onine Quizplattform nach dem Wikiprinzip  +++
Wikipedia: Why Wikipedia is (not) Web2.0. (Christoph Breitler) [withdrawn] - I think I would rather participate in a discussion about wikipedia in general (see below), than doing just a presentation. I would of course give an introduction, so there could be a whole "Wikipedia block" with Workshops and so on. Please Contact me via Jabber/Mail at [email protected] if you have further Ideas.
Common Misunderstandings: Wikipedia & Academia: Critical Reflection of Wikipedia in scientific context, the use of Wikipedia in academic teaching & plenty of discussion on why wikipedia is (not) the wisdom of the crowds. (withdrawn by Mathias Lux - might fit better in a discussion, not a presentation)+
Data Privacy: About Data Privacy, Police State and Datamining (Bernhard Kratzwald) ++
Agressive Online Behavior: In my session I'd like to show some examples and discuss ways how private people and Corporations as well can track and react upon agressive online behavior (Ed Wohlfahrt). +
Despite the myths of horizontal Web 2.0: data and interpretation about why alpha-males still dominate online: My talk would be about quantitative and qualitative social research held among Italian-speaking bloggers and activists of an online-based grassroots political movement. I argue how the many myths of media democratisation triggered by Web 2.0 are often contradicted by the experiences of online people (Enrico Maria Milič). +
Blogs and their Network: How Blogs are connected and what we can do with this Network. (Max Kossatz). +
Hexapod: Movement Theory, Programming (Christoph Hillebold) ++
- SiliconAlps +
- Photowalking +
- Web 2.0 for Tourism industry +
- Robert Basic
- Philipp Lenssen ... interview :( +++
- Stefan Münz ... relocation
- Jens Minor
- Someone from Google +
- Georg Pleger on Creative Commons
- Real Steve Jobs and Fake Steve Jobs :-) +
- OpenSource Software
- GNU/Linux Distris
- OpenSource Software for Windows & Mac OS
- OpenSource Games / Linux Gaming
- Free Software at school
- TDD/BDD with Rails
- iPod-/iPhone-Hacking (SW & HW)
- Wireless-Connections (Bluetooth, wLan, wMax, HSDPA, UMTS...) +
- GPS etc.
- Roboter (zB. Hexapod, autonom, autonom,...) +